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Students, teachers and staff at Adventist Junior Academy in Green Bay, Wisconsin are excited to announce that they will be celebrating National School Choice Week with a special event!
Green Bay Adventist Junior Academy will recognize National School Choice Week in January for the opportunity it gives students and families to experience attending a private school of their choice. It is this ability to choose and make these kinds of academic decisions the backbone of America. We will hold an assembly as a celebration and have a yellow day!
This event is not open to the public.
This event is hosted by Adventist Junior Academy.
AJA was formed in 1876 by a few small families who desired a Christian education for their children. These families met at various locations, such as the current teacher’s home or even an empty room at the Green Bay Seventh Day Adventist church when it was located on Walnut Street, Green Bay. Construction on our current school building finished in 1958, with classes starting that fall. This location started as a two-room school with an auditorium. Eventually, through the help of our church family, we added the gymnasium, cafeteria, and another classroom. Today, our school hosts four teachers, various other staff & volunteers, and 31 students. We are thankful to God for where he has taken us, and we can’t wait to see where God will lead our school in the coming years!
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Green Bay, Wisconsin
This special event will celebrate school choice options available for children and families across the state of Wisconsin.
For more information please contact Ashlei Brittany at [email protected]
National School Choice Week (NSCW) informs, inspires, and empowers parents to discover the K-12 education options available for their children, including traditional public, charter, magnet, online, private, and homeschooling.
Every January, tens of thousands of schools, organizations, and individuals plan unique events and activities to shine a positive spotlight on effective education options in their communities.